Boston: Saudi Arabia WARNED US about Tamerlan in Writing 2012; Denied Him Hajj Visa

Michelle Obama with Saudi Boston bomber suspect

May 1, 2013

NewsRescue– As the debate continues on how safe or unsafe the federal agencies are keeping American citizens, a new revelation published in the DailyMail details an exclusive account from a Saudi official on how the Saudi government categorically warned the US in writing about Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who they suspected could bomb US cities along with certain other Pakistanis they listed in the warning. The highest level government warning was also sent to the British government.

The Saudis based on their intelligence gathered from Yemen among other sites, separate from Russian warnings and intelligence, determined Tamerlan Tsarnaev such a threat that he was denied a Visa to the kingdom and barred from performing the Hajj in 2011. A rather unusual prohibition. Millions of Muslims are granted Visas and attend the Hajj pilgrimage every year.

Was it preventable? A senior Saudi official says his country warned the U.S. about Tamerlane Tsarnaev in 2012, advising the federal government that he planned an attack on a major U.S. city -MailOnline

The United States had earlier admitted to Tamerlan’s travel spree, sometimes under aliases, a rather unusual-impossible feat for the common man, though they did not mention that he had attempted to go to Saudi Arabia. It is obvious that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had unlimited funds and spent a lot of his time traveling freely, without restriction and monitor from the US, despite their many warnings about him. Israel’s DEBKAfile based on their intelligence, reported that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a double agent.

The report in the MailOnline can be read in full here.